‘Tackles the booming business in cross-border surrogacy with a provocative collection of international feminist perspectives.’
Marcy Darnovsky, Executive Director, Center for Genetics and Society
‘Transcending the usual rhetoric of reproductive choice and free markets, these authors provide reasoned argument and survey evidence from around the globe.’
Donna Dickenson, University of London (Emeritus)
‘Miranda Davies has brought together a number of eminent authors and produced an outstanding collection. This book adds an entirely new dimension to the debate on the ethics of cross-border commercial surrogacy.’
Katarina Trimmings, University of Aberdeen
‘These original, informed and critical analyses of transnational surrogacy make a vital intervention in impassioned debates. They deserve to be widely read.’
Ann Phoenix, Institute of Education, University of London
'A ground-breaking book, where the voices of activists and those of researchers come together to address one of the most important, and complex, phenomena of our time: the transnational market in baby-making.'
Yasmine Ergas, Columbia University
'The collection lays out detailed considerations that should be taken into account, through legal regulation, in any surrogacy arrangement, regardless of a country’s position … Whether this will be done, and if so, how rapidly, will depend on the energy brought … Miranda Davies’ anthology is an invaluable contribution to galvanising that energy.'
Jane Cottingham, Reproductive Health Matters
'Useful for collections on globalization, medical ethics, and international law ... highly recommended.'
'A brilliant collection.'
Amelia Abraham, Refinery 29